Joseph Tatta

"health & fitness"

Chronic pain is a debilitating condition that affects one’s ability to live a full and active life and impacts both physical and emotional health. Whether you are living with chronic pain or a physical therapist or other health professional such as an occupational therapist, psychologist, socialRead more

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Episode 238| How To Combine Pain Neuroscience With Yoga For Effective Pain Care With Niamh Moloney, PhD, PT And Marnie Hartman, DPT

Jul 28 • 40:16

In this episode, we're discussing how to bridge the gap that exists between a person and pain, their ability to move beyond suffering and back to life through applying both modern pain science principles, and the ancient wisdom of yoga. Yoga is a practice that is more than 5,000 years old, and the field of pain science is probably more than 40 years old. However, when brou...

Episode 237| Psychological Strategies To Get Unstuck And Find Pain Relief With Diana Hill

Jul 21 • 35:58

Episode 236| How To Promote Self-Management Strategies To Reduce Pain And Improve Function With Anne Soderlund, PT, PhD

Jul 14 • 40:42

On this episode, we're discussing patient adherence to treatment as a foundational aspect of pain management. The evidence-base and research in this era tell us that high levels of adherence to things like physical activity or perhaps an exercise program are highly correlated with positive health outcomes, but what about when a patient does not adhere to the agreed upon tr...

How Yoga, Mindfulness, And Meditation Can Help Relieve Chronic Pain With Stephanie Carter Kelley, PT, PhD

Jul 7 • 44:55

Episode 234| How Mindfulness Meditation Can Help You Live Well With Pain With Vidyamala Burch

Jun 30 • 38:48

We're discussing how to use mindfulness and acceptance-based approaches to overcome chronic pain. My guest is Vidyamala Burch. She is a mindfulness and compassion teacher with years of helping people with pain, illness or stress live fuller and more meaningful lives. At the early age of seventeen, she sustained a spinal injury that required multiple surgeries and left her ...

Episode 233| Promoting LGBT Health Equity And Wellbeing: Applications For Physical And Mental Health With Karla A. Bell, PT, DPT, GCS

Jun 23 • 27:49

Episode 232| The Worlds Top Pain Science Innovators and Leaders

Jun 16 • 26:04

The words pain science and pain education are used so frequently nowadays in professional circles that we rarely take the time to explain the difference between the two or reflect on what clinical practice was like before these advancements came into our life. What was it like for people living with pain without this knowledge? Pain science is a part of a larger field of n...

Episode 231| MasterClass: Pain Science Education With Carey Rothschild, PT, DPT, OCS, SCS, CSCS

Jun 9 • 21:50

Joining me is one of our faculty members, Dr. Carey Rothschild. She’s going to talk to you all about the importance of pain science and pain education in practice, whether you are a physical medicine or mental health professional. Let me first introduce Carey to all of you. Dr. Carey Rothschild is an Assistant Professor in the Doctor of Physical Therapy Program at the Univ...

Episode 229| Why Are Physical Therapists Burned-Out? (And What To Do About It) With Ellen Zambo Anderson, PT, PhD, GCS

May 26 • 38:52

We are joined by Dr. Ellen Zambo Anderson, who is an Associate Professor in the Doctor of Physical Therapy Program at Rutgers University. In addition to earning a PhD in Health Sciences, she's an Assistant Director of the Rutgers Community Participatory Physical Therapy Clinic and serves as the Special Olympics Global Advisor for Young Athletes. Dr. Anderson is the co-aut...

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